The effect of corporate volunteering programs on job satisfaction and commitment in andalusian family business enterprises

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Ruizalba, Jose; Vallespín, María; González Porras, José Luis;
  • Subject: management
    acm: ComputingMilieux_THECOMPUTINGPROFESSION

This research shows an analysis of the presence of Corporate volunteering programs in family firms of Andalucía (Spain) and its impact on employees. Corporate Volunteerism has been analyzed from social dimension of CSR and how other factors, like management concern and ... View more
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